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What is Buddhist Yoga?
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What is Buddhist Yoga?

“It is just within this 'fathom long' body endowed with perception and cognition that there is the world, the origin of the world, the cessation of the world, and the way leading to the cessation of the world.” Rohitassasutta, SN 2.26 A…
Fure Module
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Beginner’s Mind Series 04

In the series “Beginner's mind” Mariana Romagnani shares her experience of going through the Dynamic Mindfulness Foundational Yoga Teacher Training during a pandemic. Fire Module: Glowing coal In the third module of Dynamic Mindfulness…
Restorative Yoga Training

Restorative Yoga Training with Tatjana Mesar

'Waves & Stillness' Restorative Yoga Training with Tatjana Mesar, yoga educator, shiatsu practitioner and a founder of Dynamic Mindfulness February 1st - 2nd 2020, from 10:00 till 17:00 at Zen Yoga by Dynamic Mindfulness Hectic contemporary…
The Tree Dharma Seals, Five Skandhas, Consciousness, and Karma, Perspectives on Mindfulness, Four Sublime Abodes and Chan Buddhism
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Protected: The Tree Dharma Seals, Audio Lectures on Buddhism

From the 'Lectures on Buddhism' series with David Listen, Buddhist teacher and life mentor from NYC. Recorded on the Dynamic Mindfulness Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in Berlin, July 23rd - July 27th, 2018. Due to technical issues,…
Mindful Assisting Training for Yoga Teachers

Mindful Assisting Training for Yoga Teachers

with Tatjana Mesar, senior yoga teacher, shiatsu practitioner and founder of Dynamic Mindfulness school Sep 28th - 29th, 2019 from 10:00 till 17:00 at Zen Yoga by Dynamic Mindfulness, Templehofer Ufer 36, 10963 Berlin In the Mindful Assisting…
Dynamic Mindfulness Water Sequence
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Online Tutorials: WATER Sequence

Dynamic Mindfulness Water Sequence works with facia, our connective tissue network and with soft tissues in the body through rolling, bouncing and pulsing. Biomechanics and biotensegrity translated in fluidity, cohesion and softness. With…
having patience. kshanti
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Third Paramita, Kshanti – Patience

HOLD YOUR HORSES! In this third instalment of our series on the Six Perfections, we explore the topic of “kshanti” – having patience or forbearance. Heard this before? “I’ve been patient with this, I really have…but I’m TOTALLY…